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Long pull down menu of tab control. References to controls on page of tab control.

Folks,
 
two questions regarding a tab control:
 
1.
 
I am using a tab control for offering the user various sub menus. The tabs are switched invisible. Instead I am using the page labels display for control of the tab. The list of available sub-menus (tabs) has already become quite long so that a pull down menu with a scrollbar appears (See attached screenshot). However, the scrollbar is not very convenient and not actually needed. Does anyone know how I could avoid this scrollbar? 
 
2. 
 
I would like to get all the references of all controls of one particular page of that tab. I played around with the property nodes but could not yet find a solution. Any hint would be helpful.
 
Thanks in advance,
Peter
 
 


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Smercurio,
thanks for your advice. Unfortunately I am not yet finished.
1) I cannot find any item "scroll bar off" in the list of the properties of the menu ring.
2) Please, have a look into the attached vi "tab_control_page_1_release.vi". How can I get access to the references of the tab control pages inside the condition inside the for loop?I want to write a sub vi which releases the tab control in the calling vi from the disabled state.
Thanks,
Peter


tab_control_page_1_release.vi:
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12/1/2006 5:40:07 PM
Smercurio,
thanks for your fast response.
1) May be, I am a bit slow this evening but I still cannot fully understand your remark. I am using a menu ring. But as the list of ring items becomes longer, a scroll bar appears. I'd like to switch off this scroll bar since it is tedious for the user if he needs to scroll before he can select. Also, the list is not yet that long that the scroll bar would actually already be needed. See my attached "menu_ring.vi".
2) Sorry for having forgotten the sub-vi "Get Caller path.vi" which I attach now. It is simply delivering the path of the calling main vi. Of course, your solution works. But it would be much more elegant if the sub-vi didn't need to be provided with the tab control ref number but rather found this ref-number itself. That's what I want to achieve with my "tab_control_page_1_release.vi".
Peter


menu_ring.vi:
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GetCallerpath.vi:
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Lattice Semiconductor and MediaTek have joined forces to create reference smartphones with 4K video outputs using USB Type-C connectors and cables. ...

Canonical chooses Linux-friendly Dragonboard 410c as Ubuntu Core on ARM 64-bit reference
... only dream about with its venerable Windows. Even though Linux can run on damn-near anything, it is beneficial for developers to have a reference ...

Early 2016 12-inch Retina MacBook references spotted in OS X apps
After a report said earlier this week that Apple is readying ultra-thin 13-inch and 15-inch MacBooks for the second quarter, possibly similar ...

"Oleaginous spiked on March 8th, after the word was used by New York Times columnist David Brooks, in ...
Says the Merriam-Webster Dictionary website. Brooks is not the only writer who has seen fit to employ this adjective when describing the senator ...

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are trolling each other with corny Jim Carrey references
Republican presidential rivals Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz are trading barbs using corny references to actor Jim Carrey. Trump fired first ...

Clergyman sues two bishops over reference that cost him job
A clergyman has issued a writ against two Church of England bishops under data protection laws over information in a reference, according to ...

Cop sorry for image of mushroom cloud, reference to Islam
... Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts police officer has been placed on administrative leave for posting an image of a mushroom cloud with a reference ...

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